Remedial Massage Therapy

  Andrew is a qualified remedial massage therapist with great interest in sports injuries and management, with over 7 years experience in remedial massage and over 10 years in the fitness industry,

  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Myofascial Release
  • Manual Lymphatic drainage 
  • Stretching 
  • Therapeutic Massage

This treatment may ease pain such as headaches, neck/back soreness and sports injuries, and can assist in Injury management

Massage Treatment will include a full muscular-skeletal analysis.


- Member of AAMT (Australian Association of Massage     Therapists  

Full Insurance with AON insurance,
- Accredited with Private health insurance's
- Work cover Accredited

For An Appointment Contact Andrew on :- 0422759468


Located @ Revolution Spin Fit Studio,
1/30 Dunbar Road Traralgon,3844

Price :  $70 per Appointment for a standard consultation

             $50 per Appointment for a Short consultation






Foam Rolling for the lower body

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ITB
  • Lying on your side, similar to a side plank position, place the roller on the outside of your thigh just below your hip.
  • Place your top arm on your hip, and using your top leg for stability, roll the length of your thigh, stopping just above the knee. Go slowly, and do not roll over the knee joint. Keep your bottom leg lifted, or lower it down to the floor if you can. Chances are high that this move will be painful, which is a sign that you really need to do this.
  • If you find an especially tender point, try rolling forward and back to release this spot.
  • Roll for 30-60 seconds, then switch sides.

Tip: The IT band is thick band of fascia that runs the length of the thigh; when it gets tight, it can pull the knee out of alignment, causing pain and inflammation in the joint.

Glutes
- Lying on the floor, lift your legs and place the roller at the back of your pelvis (aka sacrum).
- Gripping the end of the roller for stability, slowly twist your lower body to the left, then to the right, to massage your glutes. Continue for 30 to 60 seconds.
- Adjust your body's position until you find the "sweet spot" or tight spot. Direct pressure will help to release knots.

Tip: Tight glutes can pull on the IT band and adversely affect the alignment of the hips and knees.

Piriformis

  • Sitting on the floor, place the roller in the middle of your glutes.
  • Using a short and steady roll, move the roller back and forth for 30 to 60 seconds.
  • To reach the entire muscle, adjust your position from side to side. Apply active release on specific tight spots by holding still for five seconds.

Tip: The piriformis muscle, found under the glute max, runs laterally from the sacrum (back of the pelvis) to the outside of the upper thigh. It is small but can get really tight.


Quads

  • Resting on your stomach, place the roller under the front of your thighs, lifting yourself into a basic plank position on your elbows.
  • Pull with your arms to roll up and down the length of the quad. Do not roll over your knee joint.
  • Continue this movement for 30-60 seconds.



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